Bringing together and supporting local artists
Wire Sculpture and Jewellery
Jacqueline's jewellery is made up of simple forms with graphic prints of flowers, seedpods, and geometric shapes which resemble meadow grasses, flowers, birds, and fish. Her designs are influenced by her walks in the British countryside and she’s constantly in awe of the visual treasures that nature has to offer.
Rachel is a freelance artist and educator. She creates vibrant and uplifting still life’s and landscapes and her work lives in homes throughout Europe, Scandinavia America and the UK. She takes inspiration from nature, memories and travels. She loves sharing her passion with others and supporting them to have their own creative fun. She divides her time between painting and teaching.
Photography and Mixed Media
Taking elements of the intrinsic reality, interest, or beauty captured through her lens Tracey is inspired to make artwork that reveals & emphasises these qualities or which simply invoke contemplation.
Sculpture and Printmaking
Consuelo's fine art practice focuses on the sensory perceptions of navigating our surroundings. At the heart of her making is a desire to understand our place in the world. She expresses herself primarily through form and texture making tactile and abstract work.
Katie carves, moulds and hand builds her landscape-inspired ceramics, creating depth and atmosphere with textures, oxides and glazes. Landscapes inspire her, especially vast, stark scenes, and the lines and patterns they are peppered with, be that natural or modern, man-made structures.
A self-taught watercolour pencil artist, specializing in animal portraiture and scenes but occasionally dabbles in fantasy and surreal art.
Annie's work is inspired by the sea, landscape and seasons, and expresses her emotional response to the aforementioned. Blending multiple mediums together depending on the need she creates stunning emotive scenes.
Emma is inspired by the British countryside, with birds forming the core of her visual world. Exploring their freedom, purity and innocence through lino printing, she hopes to connect more to nature through these treasured techniques.
Llinos takes inspiration from the colours and textures of coastal North Devon she makes hand-built decorative and functional ceramics. Shells, pebbles, coral and driftwood are all used as sources of inspiration for texture and pattern, with their tactile qualities also emulated in her work. Blues, greys, greens and neutral tones are the prominent colours in her works and reflect the coastal colours of the area that inspires Llinos.
Principally working in fabric (screen printing, dyeing, and stitching - hand and machine), Sue sometimes ventures into paper. She tries to use sustainable fabrics and practices and continues her explorations and challenges of natural dyes.
Caroline creates surreal and abstract scenes through the blending of various colours and textures. She is inspired by movement and pattern.
Taking inspiration from fashion, nature, art and culture, Emma's work blends shape and form to create wearable sculptures that imbue confidence and astound the senses.